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Blaney Survives Weather, Attrition to Claim Commonwealth Clash

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Blaney Survives Weather, Attrition to Claim Commonwealth Clash

SARVER, Pa. - Sept. 22, 2012 - Patience was key on a late, chilly and wet Saturday night at Lernerville Speedway.

 

Following a lengthy delay to the Commonwealth Clash, in which the program had to restart after weather postponed the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series event during qualifying, a patient Dale Blaney was credited with his first Outlaws victory of the season as attrition took its toll on the frontrunners.

 

Last Updated on Monday, 24 September 2012 01:01

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Dale Blaney wins the WoO Clash!

 
Dale Blaney wins the Commonwealth Clash/Midnight Bash


Sarver, PA (September 22, 2012) 19 cars into time trials, a windy rain storm blew into Sarver and delayed the start of the Commonwealth Clash for just short of three hours.  The Lernerville Speedway track crew did an amazing job getting the Action Track back in shape and time trials restarted at 11:30; turning the Commonwealth Clash into the Midnight Bash! 

 

The three-hour delay was well worth the wait for 1991 Lernerville Speedway Track Champion Dale Blaney as he won the $10,000-to-win Commonwealth Clash turned Midnight Bash in the Ti22 Performance sponsored GF1 Chassis after Paul McMahan and Craig Dollansky both broke ahead of him in the closing laps.  Blaney joins Brad Doty, Ed Lynch Jr. and Tim Shaffer as former Track Champions to win a World of Outlaws A-Main at Lernerville Speedway.

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 23 September 2012 06:29

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Holtgraver continues to shine of the brightest stages!



Holtgraver continues to shine of the brightest stages!
Mike Miller and Jason Scoville score wins


Sarver, PA (September 3, 2012) 2012 continues to be Danny Holtgraver’s breakout season on a regional and national level scoring the biggest win of his fast rising career at his home track against the All Star Circuit of Champions Sprints.  Holtgraver took the lead from early leader Brian Ellenberger on lap 10 and deftly navigated lapped traffic a pair of late race restarts to score a $5,000 payday over his friend and mentor Tim Shaffer.  Mike Miller took the checkers for the second this year in the Millerstown Pic-A-Part DIRTcar Sportsman and Jason Scoville took advantage of a late race restart to beat Justin Whitesell in the 305 Sprints. 

Last Updated on Monday, 03 September 2012 23:51

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Crynock endures for $1,000



Paul Crynock endures to score $1,000, Hilla, Murphy, Iarrapino & Gaj also win

 

Sarver, PA (September 16, 2012) The Action Track became a Family Fun center Saturday Night as the “Back to School” Bus and Kids Bike races played to a big crowd of families, including those cheering for their children racing bikes and those rooting for their family members behind the wheel of an Enduro or Demo Derby Car; and everybody loves the School Bus races!  In easily the most competitive bus races in quite a few years, Jarred Buaman debuted the Lightning McQueen bus, Sam Duncan rolled out Buszilla and Jordan Myers reintroduced a new & improved AJ Myers & Sons 007 bus; formerly the Terminator.  As always, the Frank & Rosie Spithaler had the tail waggin’ on the Cow Patty bus.  The Pittsburgh Circle Track Club Senior Series was also on the card.  The Sheetz Victory Lane celebration started with dozens of kids celebrating bike race wins, then a familiar site; the Fosnaught #20J Sportsman/Stock returned to Sheetz Victory Lane with team member Mike Hilla Jr. behind the wheel.

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 16 September 2012 17:01

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Holtgraver goes big, wins $5,000!



Danny Holtgraver drives to $5,000 All Star Feature Win
Mike Miller scores Pic-A-Part Sportsman win
Jason Scoville wins 305 Sprint feature

 
Sarver, PA (August 31, 2012) 2012 continues to be Danny Holtgraver’s breakout season on a regional and national level scoring the biggest win of his fast rising career at his home track against the All Star Circuit of Champions Sprints.  Holtgraver took the lead from early leader Brian Ellenberger on lap 10 and deftly navigated lapped traffic a pair of late race restarts to score a $5,000 payday over his friend and mentor Tim Shaffer.  Mike Miller took the checkers for the second this year in the Millerstown Pic-A-Part DIRTcar Sportsman and Jason Scoville took advantage of a late race restart to beat Justin Whitesell in the 305 Sprints. 

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 01 September 2012 03:41

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